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Boracay and Phi Phi islands to tell tourists not to come

Thai, Philippine and Indonesian resorts deal with environmental issues

BANGKOK -- Some of Southeast Asia's world-class beach resorts are beginning to deal with the environmental problems that tourists leave behind every day.

Thailand's Maya Bay and the Philippines' Boracay Island, in fact, are preparing temporary "keep out" signs.

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